This Labor Day the wind subsided and let us get one last trip in before the school bells sound. The kids and I fished the lower tangier and pocomoke sounds in search of specs. However we saw a lot more stripes. We also had a blast with fast bluefish action on the targets along with a great crab cake lunch on Tangier.Sometimes we forget, even if things don't go the way you wanted doesn't mean you can't find a way to enjoy what God has given us. On the other side of our little neck of land, my buddy Josh Harrison had a great day on flounder at the railcars.
This week has consisted of mainly trophy Red action in the southern Chesapeake. The bites have been on cut bait fished on the bottom with a sinker slide. We seemed to have more drum takers on cut hardhead than any other offering. The railcars picked up during the beginning of the week but that action subsided by Wednesday. Hopefully it'll kick back into gear after this blow. There have been a few puppies caught on the seaside on bait as well as lures. We pray that just maybe we'll have a repeat of 4 years ago!